Five trees every survivalist should know and why

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  1. ATCclears

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    That's a great article, thx.
     
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    Lots of East coast stuff... but a good post. Thanks!
     
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    That was interesting. I especially liked the part about Otsi, the "Iceman" and the timber fungus. Sounds like a '50s Sci-Fi movie!
     
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    Agree, we need to make a NW version. Linden and White birch do not grow here natively, but are often planted as ornamentals.

    Here, typically white pine only grows above 5000 feet or towards Idaho.

    Remember yew berries are very tasty but deadly poisonous unless you remove the seed.
     
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